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Topics in Down Syndrome - Fine Motor Skills in Children with Down Syndrome - A Guide for Parents and Professionals
A practical guide to understanding and developing fine motor skills in children with Down syndrome.
This is a practical and accessible guide to understanding and developing fine motor skills in children with Down syndrome. Readers will learn how to help children develop the hand skills required for such tasks as holding a pencil, cutting with scissors, or using a computer.
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